We realise that not everyone will be using a graphical browser to view our website. With this in mind every image has been given a meaningful alternate text description. This is to ensure that if your browser does not support images, you can still understand the context in which the image is delivered.
This web site has been designed to make it more accessible to a wider audience, including disabled users. This is because the site has been designed and developed using Web Standards. It is our belief that this website should be available to as many people as possible regardless of software, ability and hardware. For more information about Web Standards you can visit The Web Standards Homepage.
All pages on this website have been designed to meet the requirements for Double A Compliance. Where this has not been possible certain pages have been designed instead to meet the next best standard – Single A.
Where indicated pages have been created using valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS to increase the compatibility and consistency of content for all users. Web pages will work better in a range of web browsers and assistive technologies. However, as a result of certain accessibility features you will benefit from using an up to date web browser.